Entertainment News from the Associated Press
- Anne Tyler, Marilynne Robinson up for Booker fiction prize
- Lifetime TV to feature several touring Broadway shows
- Jane Birkin asks Hermes to take her name off croc handbag
- Kristen Stewart, Idris Elba in Venice Film Festival lineup
- NBC cancels Poehler comedy project 'Welcome to Sweden'
- GOP hopeful Dr. Ben Carson blasts Planned Parenthood
- Matthew Broderick joins Broadway's 'Sylvia'
- Reports: Ukraine bans Depardieu for 5 years
- Miranda Lambert scholarship to help female musicians
- Jackson father reported stable after stroke Brazil
- Farm Aid to mark 30th anniversary with concert in Chicago
- Aziz Ansari to star in new Netflix series
- 'The Book of Musical' satirical musical finally in Utah
- The List: Box Office
- NEH announces $1.7 million in grants for nonfiction books
- Puddle of Mudd singer Scantlin accused of DWI, fleeing
- Mariah Carey to receive star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
- Andrew McCarthy of 'Pretty in Pink' writes young adult novel
- Astros move up Taylor Swift concert for possible playoff run
- Swedish police question Snoop Dogg for suspected drug use
- Russian film director Vasily Pichul dies at 54
- Paper: App tracking Prince William flights poses terror risk
- Oh, my! Dick Enberg feted in Cooperstown with writer Gage
- Bayreuth's Wagner festival kicks off with new 'Tristan'
NEW YORK (AP) — Sales dropped sharply for Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman" in its second week of publication. But it remained the best-selling book in the country for the week ending July 26, according to Nielsen BookScan.